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of explosives at his motel room. he reportedly refused to deploy to afghanistan because of religious beliefs. he applied for a discharge. a pilot is rescued. he was pulled from the water onto a passing yacht. he made it within sight of the michigan shoreline. he was flying to wisconsin when his engine stalled and his plane crashed. >> a car slammed into a crowded store. the car drove straight through the front of the store. employees and customers scrambled. the teenage driver claimed his brakes were not working. police think it may have been in experience. this is the third car to crash just 24t count in hours. >> back to the drawing board. 5:12. 76 degrees on tv hill. how much is a tooth going for these days? >> hotels cracking down on the thieves. you will not be able to sneak away with pillows. my name is ashley. i was using cascade actionpacs. they just didn't have that brilliant shine. when i took the finish challenge, i could tell there was a difference. my dishes had a shine on them. i'm moving on to finish quantum. take the finish challenge for yourself. if you don't see a difference, i
would go dark. paychecks for troops in afghanistan and iraq would stop. >> republicans plan to move forward with a plan to cut, cap, and balanced budgets. >> this legislation is the kind of thing washington needs right now. it may be the only option if you want to see the debt ceiling raised at all. >> the bill is unlikely to pass the senate. the president will probably feel it anyway. john boehner called the veto threat unfortunate. he said if we're going to raise the debt ceiling, the white house must be willing to demonstrate more courage then we have seen. both sides are posturing. there is optimism. president obama continued negotiating with republican leaders. >> any progress? >> this comes as senate leaders are crafting a fallback measure to increase the nation's credit limit. a plan both houses of congress are said to consider promising. harry reid said the senate will meet every day including weekends until the debt issue is resolved. kate amara, reporting. >> who is watching your tax money? many americans think we spend 10% for pensions and benefits but it is much less. yo
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